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Description: There's nothing that proves your love more to God, than when you totally surrender your life to Him. Here's an old song I grew up on. It's played so many different ways, this is my take on it. Please share this with your friends and family, rate, comment. Much love 😉 http://www.brandinreed.com @brandinreed
Description: Shot with 8mm App...an oldie... but a goodie 😉 I learned this song when I was a kid in Sunday School. It's funny how a song will stick with ya throughout the years and pop up now and then. Peace!
Description: Recorded live for "The Best Is Yet To Come" DVD by Martha Munizzi. Buy on iTunes: http://bit.ly/mm_tbiytc
Description: This is an AWESOME music video of Brian Doerksen's Holy God.
Description: When the music fades And all is stripped away And I simply come Longing just to bring Something that's of worth That will bless Your heart I'll bring You more than a song For a song in itself Is not what You have required You search much deeper within Through the way things appear You're looking into my heart I'm coming back to the heart of worship And it's all about You It's all about You, Jesus I'm sorry, Lord for the thing I've made it And it's all about You It's all about You, Jesus King of endless worth No one could express How much You deserve Though I'm weak and poor All I have is Yours Every single breath It's all about You...
Description: The Anchor Holds - Made famous by Ray Boltz and Performed by Len Roberts of New Creation Music LWF. I have journeyed, through the long dark night - out on the open sea. by faith alone, sight unknown, and yet his eyes were watching me. The Anchor holds, though this ship is battered. The anchor holds. though the sails are torn. I have fallen on my knees as I faced life's ragging seas. The Anchor Holds in spite of the storm. The anchor holds, though this ship is battered, the anchor holds the the sails are torn, I have fallen on my knees as I faced the raging seas. The anchor holds, in spite of the storm.
Description: Nearer My God to Thee ( lyrics in description ) - Christian Hymns (Titanic a capella song) Christian Hymns playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=BD1B04EAC0152F4B Lyrics: 1.Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee! E'en though it be a cross that raiseth me, still all my song shall be, nearer, my God, to thee; nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee! 2.Though like the wanderer, the sun gone down, darkness be over me, my rest a stone; yet in my dreams I'd be nearer, my God, to thee; nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee! 3.There let the way appear, steps unto heaven; all that thou sendest me, in mercy given; angels to beckon me nearer, my God, to thee; nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee! 4.Then, with my waking thoughts bright with thy praise, out of my stony griefs Bethel I'll raise; so by my woes to be nearer, my God, to thee; nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee! 5.Or if, on joyful wing cleaving the sky, sun, moon, and stars forgot, upward I fly, still all my song shall be, nearer, my God, to thee; nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee! "Nearer, My God, to Thee" is associated with the RMS Titanic, as one passenger reported that the ship's band played the hymn as the Titanic sank. The "Bethany" version was used in the 1943 film Titanic and in the Jean Negulesco's 1953 film Titanic, whereas the "Horbury" version was played in Roy Ward Baker's 1958 movie about the sinking, A Night to Remember. The "Bethany" version was again used in James Cameron's 1997 Titanic. The verse was written by the English poet and Unitarian hymn writer Sarah Flower Adams (18051848) at her home in Sunnybank, Loughton, Essex, England, in 1841. It was first set to music by Adams's sister, the composer Eliza Flower, for William Johnson Fox's collection Hymns and Anthems. In the United Kingdom, the hymn is usually associated with the 1861 hymn tune "Horbury" by John Bacchus Dykes. "Horbury" is named after a village near Wakefield, England, where Dykes had found "peace and comfort". In the rest of the world, the hymn is usually sung to the 1856 tune "Bethany" by Lowell Mason. Methodists prefer the tune "Propior Deo" (Nearer to God), written by Arthur Sullivan (of Gilbert and Sullivan) in 1872. Sullivan also wrote a second setting of the hymn to a tune referred to as "St. Edmund", and there are other versions, including one referred to as "Liverpool" by John Roberts. Other ninetenth century settings include those by the Rev. N. S. Godfrey, W. H. Longhurst, Herbert Columbine, Frederic N. Löhr, Thomas Adams, and one composed jointly by William Sterndale Bennett and Otto Goldschmidt. In 1955 the English composer and musicologist Sir Jack Westrup made another setting of the text, in the form of an anthem for four soloists with organ accompaniment. Text: Sarah F. Adams, 1805-1848 Music: Lowell Mason, 1792-1872 Tune: BETHANY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "A Call to Separation - A. W. Pink Christian Audio Books / Don't be Unequally Yoked / Be Ye Separate" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBDg7u21cKY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Description: From a beautiful worsip album Lyrics: Lord prepare me to be a sanctuary, Pure and holy, Tried and True, With thanksgiving, I'll be a living Sanctuary For You Enjoy!! ^__^
Description: song and scriptures to encourage.
Description: You never change You are the God you say You are When I'm afraid You come and still my beating my heart You stay the same When hope is just a distant thought You take my pain And You lead me to the cross Chorus: What love is this That You gave Your life for me And made a way for me to know You And I confess You're always enough for me You're all I need I look to You I see the scars upon your Hands And hold the truth that when I can't You always can And standing here beneath the shadow of the cross I'm overwhelmed that I keep finding opening arms [chorus] Jesus, in Your suffering You are reaching You thought of me Jesus, in Your suffering You are reaching You thought of me [chorus]